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CPLC Parenting Arizona seeking Parent Resource Coordinator for Kinsey and Leupp Elementary School

| July 22, 2021
CPLC Parenting Arizona seeking Parent Resource Coordinator for Kinsey and Leupp Elementary School

CPLC Parenting Arizona seeking Parent Resource Coordinator for Kinsey and Leupp Elementary School.

Submit an application to www.CPLC.org/join/careers.php

For more information, call 928-773-9133.

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100 Events in this year’s Festival of Science!

| July 22, 2021
100 Events in this year’s Festival of Science!

Ten days of events, including in-person guided walks, workshops and demonstrations, along with live-streamed virtual talks and lectures, will showcase science innovation and discovery happening right here in our own backyard!

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Bilingual report — Coconino County Health & Human Services announces Rental & Utility Assistance

| July 22, 2021
Bilingual report — Coconino County Health & Human Services announces Rental & Utility Assistance

Cconino County Health & Human Services announces Rental & Utility Assistance.

Providing financial support for overdue rent and utilities.

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NACA Scholarship due August 15, 2021

| July 22, 2021
NACA Scholarship due August 15, 2021

For the first time, NACA has established the NACA Scholarship. This scholarship is intended to benefit 3 College students at $1000 each who are pursuing degrees related to Public Health or Behavioral Health fields.

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NAU recruiting expectant and young parents for research project

| July 20, 2021
NAU recruiting expectant and young parents for research project

NAU is conducting a research study and we are seeking expectant and young parents between the ages of 15 to 22 to join our study. If parents join, they will receive $50 in gift cards.

This study aims to learn about young parents’ mental health and resilience, including gathering feedback from parents about services, programs, and/or classes that they utilize. Findings from this study will inform knowledge about young parents’ resilience and will enhance the ways that programs and services support young parents and their families.

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First Things First — Standard registration begins for Early Childhood Summit 2021

| July 20, 2021
First Things First — Standard registration begins for Early Childhood Summit 2021

You can now register at the standard rate for the virtual First Things FirstEarly Childhood Summit 2021 presented on Tuesday, August 17, 2021.
 
The full-day virtual Summit offers breakout sessions covering a variety of early childhood topics, including child development, health, literacy and more. You’ll also hear from three exciting featured speakers: Dr. John Medina, Sharon Dayand Doreen Oliver.

All Summit attendees can also access recordings of all sessions up to 60 days after the event.
 
The standard registration rate of $45 closes on August 8, so register today!

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Children’s Action Alliance — Pandemic’s impact on routine child vaccination puts Arizonans of all ages at risk

| July 20, 2021
Children’s Action Alliance — Pandemic’s impact on routine child vaccination puts Arizonans of all ages at risk

Arizona has long had some of the most lenient childhood vaccination policies in the nation. Parents of children enrolled in school or child care can refuse to immunize their children by submitting a medical, religious, or personal belief exemption. The use of these exemptionshas skyrocketed over the past few years. Unsurprisingly, our schools are rapidly losing herd immunity to diseases that pose a serious risk to children, older adults, immune-compromised individuals, and pregnant people and their newborns.

The newly approved budget passed by Governor Ducey and the Legislature further compromises our ability to protect those with vulnerable immune systems. Tucked in the budget is a blanket prohibition on “COVID-19 vaccine passports.” It also prohibits schools from requiring the COVID-19 or HPV vaccines, and adds layers of red tape that must be completed by the Arizona Department of Health Services before any new vaccine can be required for school attendance.  

A new report by researchers at Georgetown’s Center for Children and Families sheds light on a growing crisis, one fueled by inequity in our health care systems.

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Arizona’s Children Association seeking parent educator for the First Things First Coconino region

| July 20, 2021
Arizona’s Children Association seeking parent educator for the First Things First Coconino region

Arizona’s Children Association is seeking a parent educator for the First Things First Coconino region.

Do you want to positively impact the lives of children and their families? Do you want to be part of ensuring that every Arizona family has the resources and support needed to be safe, strong, and resilient? We are seeking a Parent Educator to join the team! As a Parent Educator you will have the opportunity to utilize evidence-informed and evidence-based program models to teach healthy parenting techniques to caregivers, expecting parents and families with children 0-5. 

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Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) — School’s Out, Make It Count Conference Registration is OPEN

| July 20, 2021
Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence (AzCASE) — School’s Out, Make It Count Conference Registration is OPEN

Access to high-quality afterschool programs keeps our kids safe and engaged in their learning – giving working parents peace of mind. That is why a majority of adults say that #AfterschoolWorks.
Tell Congress to increase #21stCCLC to help meet unmet demand for programs nationwide: 3to6.co/congress

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DES Division of Child Support Service to present ‘Child Support Art Contest — What does family mean to you?’

| July 20, 2021
DES Division of Child Support Service to present ‘Child Support Art Contest — What does family mean to you?’

The Department of Economic Security, Division of Child Support Services is presenting a “Child Support Art Contest — What does family mean to you?” with winners to be chose the week of Aug. 16.

Winners will receive a school supply bundle!

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